The Journal of Political & Military Sociology publishes articles of a theoretical, methodological, and empirical nature, advancing the study of political and military sociology through interdisciplinary and comparative approaches. The journal encourages authors to address themselves to the vital issues of our time in the areas of political and military social policy through the Western and non-Western worlds.

Vol. 50 No. 2 (2023)

Published: 2024-06-30

The Minerva Research Initiative

Social Scientific Knowledge Production as Organizational Strategy

Asa Iacobucci, Liam Downey

121–145

Abstract

In response to a number of military failures in a rapidly changing war environment, the Department of Defense put forth major efforts to...

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A Study of the Replacement Rate of Military Job Performance Ability According to Science and Technological Innovation

Focusing on the ROK's Army Branch

Dongmin Kim, Kwanpyo Bae

146–177

Abstract

The Republic of Korea (ROK) is making efforts to switch to a technology-intensive military that introduces advanced technology to prevent a...

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Personnel Psychology and Security

The Influence of Person-Job Fit on the Associations of Individual Employability, Work Ability, and Career Adaptation of Soldiers in Nigeria

Ikechukwu Ujoatuonu

178–203

Abstract

The personnel selection based on ethnoreligious factors, with the readoption of Fulani herders, bandits, and unknown shooters into the defense...

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Defense Diplomacy and Civil-Military Relations in Bangladesh

Rashed Uz Zaman, Mansura Amdad

204–234

Abstract

In a democratic state, it is expected that a balance exists between civil and military power. While the military’s role has been traditionally...

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Against All Tides: The Untold Story of the USS “Kitty Hawk” Race Riot by Marv Truhe

Mark Murphy

235–237

Abstract

Review of: Against All Tides: The Untold Story of the USS “Kitty Hawk” Race Riot by Marv Truhe. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2023....

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How Civil Wars Start, and How to Stop Them by Barbara F. Walter

Kane Tomlin

237–239

Abstract

Review of: How Civil Wars Start, and How to Stop Them by Barbara F. Walter. New York: Crown, 2022. (320 pages)

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The Unknown Enemy: Counterinsurgency and the Illusion of Control by Christian Tripodi

Margaret Sankey

240–242

Abstract

Review of: The Unknown Enemy: Counterinsurgency and the Illusion of Control by Christian Tripodi. Cambridge: Cambridge University...

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Always Faithful: A Story of the War in Afghanistan, the Fall of Kabul, and the Unshakable Bond between a Marine and an Interpreter by Major Tom Schueman and Zainullah Zaki

Morten G. Ender

242–245

Abstract

Review of: Always Faithful: A Story of the War in Afghanistan, the Fall of Kabul, and the Unshakable Bond between a Marine and an...

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Contributors

246

Abstract

Notes on contributors to JPMS Volume 50, Number 2 (Fall 2023).

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